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The Strip, Las Vegas

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 17,000+ reviews on the web
The city's center of gravity, The Strip is internationally known for its high concentration of resort hotels and casinos. Just under 7 km (4 mi) long, this stretch of road features some of the largest hotels in the world, totaling over 60,000 rooms. The strip attracts visitors with its neon lights, rapidly evolving architecture, and a range of nightclub options. Clubs host top music performers, comedians, and impersonators. Explore the areas east and west of the strip to discover a world of award-winning local restaurants and bars. You can travel this road on foot, but oppressive heat during the daylight hours may make walking very uncomfortable. Make The Strip part of your personalized Las Vegas itinerary using our Las Vegas trip builder.
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  • An absolute spectacle, and a truly amazing place. LOTS & LOTS of people though! A total assault on your senses - but in a good way. Great shopping, from cheap stuff to VERY high end items. Food is pre...  read more »
  • Spend your evening but just strolling on this glitzy strip. Lots of activity and fun. People like you will be aplenty. There are many street shows and you can enter the lobbies of the reputed hotels t...  read more »
  • Loved every minute. The people watching was the best. The city never sleeps. Food. Drinks. Lots of walking so have on comfortable shoes. 
  • Loud, crowded and hot. Smell is also pretty bad. Good views of many billions spent.
  • Don't waste your time with playing at the old downtown. It was cool to see the lights there, but that is all. The strip is where it is at. The strip could use some cleaning up though to make it family friendly. 50 plus people handing out cards with nude women on it and having to walk over 400 cards in a day can get quite old.
  • As with everything in Las Vegas, this looks and sounds better in their posters and ads. Nevertheless, it's a convenient way to get around various hotels when you dont want to walk through the crowds of people moseying around on the sidewalks.
  • It's Vegas. What more can you say. The strip is fun and has tons to do. People watching is amazing!
  • I'm not a big fan of Vegas. All the focus on gambling, money, and sex is not appealing to me. I enjoyed seeing The Strip but wouldn't recommend more than a weekend here in Vegas. Lot's of homeless, people handing out stripper flyers, and drunk people.
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